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Proposed Rate Increase
KPUB is proposing rate increases which will become effective October 1, 2012.
The first reading will be conducted at the Kerrville City Council Meeting, September 11, 2012. If the Kerrville City Council approves the increase, residential rates will increase 1.8%, with the average residential customer seeing an increase of approximately $2.05 per month.
The KPUB Board will also consider a commercial rate increase at its September meeting. Those increases vary from approximately 4% to 7%, depending on customer class, consumption, and demand. Fees for new accounts, new services, reconnections, collections and others will also be increased to be more in line with the cost of service.
KPUB contracted an independent consultant, Utility Financial Solutions, to review KPUB’s rates and fees. The attached Cost of Service Study Report was the first step of that review. The cost of service study did an in depth review of the cost to serve each customer class and provided a five year financial projection of revenues, expenses, operating income, cash balance and debt service coverage. The report recommended an overall rate increase of 3.75% and a bond issuance of $3.0 million for 2014 to support capital improvements.
The Rate Design details the recommended rate changes from Utility Financial Solutions.
The Cost of Service Fee Calculations shows proposed service fee changes.
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